Queen Elizabeth II: Not every big star wanted to throw a jubilee party.Photo: PA Wire/Frank Augustein
Earlier this month, it marked the grand platinum jubilee of Queen Elizabeth II. For the occasion, a large number of world-famous artists took to the stage in front of Buckingham Palace in England. But not every star wanted to play against the Queen.
Fireworks at the jubilee party.BILD: PA Wire / Ian West
Adele refused the queen
Quinn, Rod Stewart, Ed Sheeran, Elton John, Alicia Keys: It was an honor for this megastar to apparently perform a recital for the Queen during the jubilee festivities. But not every big star wanted to perform thereAs a source told the British now:daily Mail“reveal.
British singer Adele.Photo: Invision/Jordan Strauss
So should the singer Adelewhich is famous for songs like “Rolling in the Deep” or “Someone Like You”, The queen refused. She refused a request from the palace.
The source claims that this was stated by the singer An alleged scheduling conflict was given as a reason for cancellation.
Adele was awarded the MBE (Best Order of the British Empire) in 2013. “She caused a great surprise, especially after receiving the MBE Medal”quoted by the person in the “Daily Mail”.
The source also says:
“How often do you get the chance to perform for the Queen in front of Buckingham Palace?”
Source in “Daily Mail”
Harry Styles turned it down too
But not only actress Adele did not seize this opportunity. Harry Styles also rejected the Queen.
Famous musician Harry Styles.BILD: Invision / Charles Sykes
An insider close to Styles confirmed that he was asked. against the BritishpassThe source said that On the one hand with his tour and on the other hand with the promotion of his new album.
The Queen was unable to attend the concert
The grand celebration was held on June 4. Queen Elizabeth II did not participate for health reasons. However, a feature film with popular children’s character Paddington Bear was broadcast by the 96-year-old. So it was part of the celebration anyway.
At the weekend, there was an absolute emergency in London. Marking the 70th anniversary of the throne of Queen Elizabeth II, Buckingham Palace kicked off and celebrated the anniversary with Thanksgiving parades, parties and services. Right in the middle, or maybe on the edge: Prince Harry and his wife Meghan. The Sussexes traveled all the way from their adopted home in California, To attend the grand celebration of the standard guardian.